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It would be interesting to know what people are the most searching that is strongly different from what is available on the site.

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You can see the most-viewed items, and that's probably more useful.

Anyway, StackOverflow's searches don't tell the whole story. To really see a complete picture you'd also want to know about Google searches that ultimately led to StackOverflow pages.

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alexa.com/siteinfo/stackoverflow.com click "Search Analytics" – Andreas Bonini Mar 29 '10 at 17:19
    
@Kop: lol at 5 of the top 10 searches having the keyword jquery – Andy E May 28 '10 at 19:23
    
The way I understand the OP, he'd rather want to know about Google searches that did not lead to StackOverflow pages. jQuery is the perfect example of what is not "strongly different from what is available on the site". @Kop. – ЯegDwight Feb 23 '11 at 9:00

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